More than 250 lawyers supporting #BlackLivesMatter staged a 'die-in' on the courthouse steps in DTLA Tuesday protesting police brutality
Gay politico Fred Karger (pictured with Raul Castro's daughter Mariela Castro Espín) just returned from Cuba and a "People to People: tour organized by Roger Ortiz.
Former USC professor Walter Williams will kick in federal prison where he can dream about those trips to Southeast Asia that got him here.
From international expansion to controversial choices, the organization’s leader reflects on putting more than 500 LGBT candidates in office.
"It’s almost a play on words, but Dana personally had a huge commitment to life," says the entertainment producer and former APLA Board Chair
Could the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s ‘human connection’ techniques change the way the world approaches prejudice of all kinds?
“Dana was legendary in gay L.A. and Hollywood during the AIDS crisis. He was a brilliant and warm friend to so many, including Frontiers, the City of West Hollywood and several nonprofits," says Frontiers Publisher Michael Turner
"American Idol" favorite Jessica Sanchez sings a little and promises to "be here" for LGBT youth.
"State of Affairs" star Katherine Heigl offers advice to hurting LGBT teens: "Dream it will get better. It does!"
On Dec. 6, The Trevor Project honored NBC’s Robert Greenblatt, Yahoo and trans Innovator Skylar Kergil with comedy and music
A rally was held Friday night for 21 year old transgender murder victim, Deshawnda Sanchez.
The Black AIDS Institute president was moved to tears by the non-indictment of the police officer who shot unarmed teen Michael Brown—because he wasn't shocked
The L.A. LGBT Center's Jim Key pays tribute to Rep. Henry Waxman as the Congressman prepares to retire at the end of the year
Kuehl, 73, is the county’s first openly gay supervisor, replacing 3rd District Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky, who received two thunderous standing ovations during the event
The longest-serving elected LGBT champion looks back at 'being in the bunker, fighting for civil liberties'
Look at the face of 8-year-old Gabriel Fernandez. His mother and her boyfriend are facing capital murder charges for allegedly beating him to death in May 2013, despite 64 reports of abuse, six open investigations and separate visits by child welfare services and law enforcement. Before his death, Fernandez was doused with pepper spray, forced […]
If you have followed the criminal prosecution of San Diego resident Thomas Guerra over allegations that he willfully exposed others to HIV, you would think it was a slam dunk ‘who dunnit?’ case. That’s in part the media’s responsibility for its reporting, and also in part a result of the social media response that immediately jumped onto […]
The historic White House-African summit was overshadowed by the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in West Africa, keeping the presidents of Sierra Leone and Liberia home to deal with the crisis. Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan decided to attend anyway, despite the climbing death toll in his country and the region. President Obama apparently refused […]
This is August. Everyone’s on vacation. Except not really. In fact, the world seems on fire: U.S. airstrikes in Northern Iraq against the terrorist Islamic group ISIS; Israel battling the terrorist group Hamas on the Gaza Strip; Ukraine is still fighting pro-Russian rebels and Dutch observers have given up getting full access to the MF […]
California Republican Party Chair Jim Brulte can’t be happy about this one. With Republicans poised to make a comeback in the state based on presenting “a new, more moderate and more inclusive face to voters,” according to political commentator Dan Walters, GOP Rep. Ed Whitfield of Kentucky is holding a fundraiser at the Beverly […]